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The Express English team
Students discussed being worried about trying to find jobs when they finish university.
They think they will have to be really special to get a job – really outstanding.
Another man said he is a natural worrier – he worries even about irrational things, small things that don’t really matter.
Did you know?
Almost 60% of parents in a UK survey in 2009 said that they were worried that their children were spending too much time playing computer games and watching television.
- Language tip
"Fingers crossed!" That's what British people say when they need some extra luck!
- Cultural tip
Worry beads - or komboloi - are Greek in origin and resemble prayer beads, but have no religious significance. People move the beads around with their fingers to relieve stress and pass the time.
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